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Capitol Rock – Save the Date!

Tweet State Bill Colorado will be throwing this bash to kick off Colorado’s 70th Legislative Session. This is Colorado’s finest networking event for legislators, lobbyists, and government officials. Get ready to meet and mingle with new members of the legislature between orientations and enjoy live music from Judicial Notice. Date: Tuesday, December 9 Time: 5:30-9 PM Location: Colorado Automobile Dealers Association […]

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McMillan Withdraws Senate Bid

Jaime McMillan announced that he is withdrawing his bid for the U.S. Senate seat from Colorado.

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Rep. Court’s Bill Would Give More Info On Ballot Measures

A bill introduced last week in the state House of Representatives would put additional information about ballot measures in the state voter information guide, or Blue Book.

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Bernie Buescher Bounces Back, Joins AG’s Office As Head Of State Services

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers has appointed Bernie Buescher as the deputy attorney general overseeing the AG’s office’s State Services Section.

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Post: Curry Concedes HD-61 Race To Wilson

Democrat Roger Wilson this afternoon claimed victory in the race for the five-county House District 61 race against incumbent Rep. Kathleen Curry.

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Ritter: Buck’s Stance On Social Issues Cost Him Senate Seat

Ritter said social issues become important in a close election where unaffiliated voters are split down the middle.

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Colo. House Democrats Dispute GOP Control

With both parties relatively pleased with election results, will there be more room for collaboration and compromise?

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Bennet Beats Buck In Shockingly Expensive Senate Race

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet can shed the less-than-flattering definitions bestowed upon him by his conservative critics.

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How Will Today’s Vote Go?

On the eve of a midterm election that could dramatically alter the political landscape, the heads of both the Colorado Republican and Democrat parties were optimistic that today’s vote would go their way.

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El Paso County Pot Initiative Will Be Counted

An El Paso County District Court ruling this week could set a precedent for municipalities to run ballot initiatives that would prohibit future and existing medical marijuana businesses, advocates fear.

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